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The sentence on "Papa Nguasuma" YES I AGREE!

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Congolese Music / Alain Makaba was at JB Mpiana's Zenith?!
« on: August 23, 2019, 13:57 »
(11:24 mark)

It took me by surprise to discover that Alain Makaba was at JB's Zenith concert because I would've thought that by the time that happened, he would've disappeared! It's a shame he did! Can you imagine what TH would've sounded like with a Makaba-esque sound?!

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Congolese Music / Re: CARINE MOKONZI'S FIRST SINGLE LOL
« on: August 23, 2019, 11:56 »
She's an actual mess... Ew

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Ahhhhh gotcha! Thank you for the notice!

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Plus I don't know why there are random question marks after my title!

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From 34:46 until 38:20! Every time I watch this video my stomach hurts every time after laughing so hard. I don't know about you but I think the whisky must've hit him HARD! LMFAO. It took him how many minutes to get through the first verse of 'Diabolos'?!

Plus... If you're up for a drinking game, take a shot for each time Koffi says "MOUCHOIRS" LOL!


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Definitely the 1989 version!

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From the 6:09 Mark... The lead guitar and bass coordination is absolutely groovy! I actually had it on repeat for almost half an hour! For me, "Mwalimu: A là une" is the best album made by Nouvelle Écriture while it lasted!

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You legend! Thank you very much!!

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Not exactly a CD but, I have one of Koffi's rare records! The "Likambo Ya Soudure" 1985 record!

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Honestly?! That will do just fine!! I hope you've got both discs in MP3

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Congolese Music / Re: KOFFI OLOMIDE - PAPA NGUWASUMA
« on: August 14, 2019, 16:07 »
Judging on persistance and creativity - Koffi Olomide is the best Musician to ever come from Africa (from 90s till todate he is relevant, good videos and good music) I dont know of any other musician who can or who has done that.

You have a point you know!

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I'm just hoping that someone has the Mwalimu A La Une CD!

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Congolese Music / Re: WHAT'S A GOOD GENERIC/SEBEN/RHUMBA?
« on: August 13, 2019, 22:28 »
I almost forgot. A good rumba also means no autotune, like these artists can sing but the autotune effect is so heavily rinsed out!

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Congolese Music / Re: KOFFI OLOMIDE - PAPA NGUWASUMA
« on: August 13, 2019, 21:20 »
Being a big Koffi fan myself, I knew for a fact that I would slip into already liking the song and repeating it! When I first heard it, I didn't know what to think of it. Génériques are meant to be dancey and fun to swing your hips to. This one made me think "Hmmmmm". Although Jour De Joie was not a générique, it was 10 times better than Papa Nguasuma!

Things I liked about Papa Nguasuma:
1. The fact that the "Elengi Ya Limbondo" animation with Mukusa Ya Mbua was actually laid down after hearing a snippet of it on Youtube as of March 2018.


2. Volcan's memorable solos. Not like the one that are super complicated with fast tremolo notes to try and sound unique (No shade)

3. The fact that Koffi sings on his Génériques.

4. Cindy isn't on it

Lastly, the energy that comes from saying "NA SE!"

What I don't like about Papa Nguasuma:
1. The response of "Eh Mboka Ezalaka Boye" from the Quartier Latin ensemble was slightly cropped out at the start. [3:36 mark]


2. Waaaay too much shouting. It was like listening to Lautre Là! With the whole AAAARRRGGHH! sounds at the start as if my man was trying to push out a hard poo.

3. The fact that this générique still has the same old guitar-line from Piscicoles Club (A.K.A the forgotten générique) on the 13eme Apotre album [From 1:22] (Along with Nyataquance, Charisme and Papa Mobimba) There should be more creative solos because if you ask me, since Selfie and Tournevis, many of these génériques are sounding the same! Same key, same couple of dances. Like they're great but... take me onto another level! This is why I'll always prefer any of Koffi's 2000's works to today. THERE WAS PROPER ENERGY AND CHOREO.


Lastly, Mukusa Ya Mbwa should've had more time on the song. A générique, or a sebene alone should be a song where the atalaku present's their skills to the max!

What could be better?
1. Maybe a chord change.
2. More atalaku presence than just Koffi all the time.
3. New guitar solos (Or just change the soloist)
4. I don't even know. But that's it.

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